Do you have an item at home that you would love the Antiques Roadshow experts to value? (Picture: BBC)
Every episode of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow contains items that carry with them a fascinating history.
Is there an antique item sitting in your home that you’ve always wondered about bringing to Fiona Bruce and the team of experts on the show?
Then keep on reading.
How can I submit items to Antiques Roadshow?
This discarded cigarette box was valued at £3-5k on Antiques Roadshow (Picture: BBC)
Over on the BBC website, you can fill out an application form to have your item considered for the show.
You must select your preferred venue and share the details of potentially valuable items through the online form, which is now open for summer 2021.
Where is the Antiques Roadshow filmed?
The show is filmed all across the UK, at beautiful sites such as Aston Hall in Birmingham, Portchester Castle in Hampshire and the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
You will be able to select your preferred venue via the application form on the website.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is one of the venues for the Antiques Roadshow in 2021 (Picture: Getty Images)
Can anyone apply to be on Antiques Roadshow?
Anyone under the aged of 18 must be accompanied by an adult if they are to present an item to the Antique Roadshow experts.
While in previous years the public were encouraged to apply to be audience members, health and safety restrictions have changed this year due to the on-going pandemic.
The events for this year will be invitation only, based on whether or not your item submission has been successful.
If your item is shortlisted for filming, someone from the Antiques Roadshow team will be in touch to invite you to a filming date at your preferred location.
Antiques Roadshow is on BBC One Sunday nights at 7pm, and can be watched on BBC iPlayer now.
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